Friday, October 31, 2014


Hi folks, I have been MIA due to working Voter Registration.  It is hard working an 8 hour day after being free for 6 yrs.
At any rate, I thought I had better post my last projects before October is over.  My mom ask me to make something for two  survivors at her church and of course I was glad to be a blessing.  One was her cousin.

While I was at it I made a few Halloween cards for some of my co-workers.  We were allowed to dress up today and I enjoyed doing it and passing out my cards.

I thank you for stopping by and allowing me to share what I love to do.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014


Hey ya'll, I found this funky image called Pretty Big Girl over at  The artist is Sandra Caldwell. I was not sure about it as she looked sad and I was not sure what to do with it.  Tell me what you think.

Glad you stopped by.  Thank you

Sunday, October 12, 2014


Hi People,  back again with another share.  All of these cards are over sized 5 1/2 x 81/2.  I really like playing with this size as it allows room for more.
The first card was made for one of the ladies at Bluemoon Scrapbooking who I heard was a Survivor.  Her reaction was priceless.
The next one is for my oldest brother who was a widower, but found love again.  How sweet is that?  Guess there is still hope for me LOL.
Last is a Birthday card for one of my FB friends for his wife.  He lives in TX and has ordered several years from me.  Hope she likes it.
Well, that's it for now.  Thanks for stopping by.  Peace

Monday, October 6, 2014


I continue to make cards and  projects for Breast Cancer month.  I was given a person to share some of my art with over at Scraps of Color.  I decided to make her a mini tote and a matching card. I hope this will brighten her day because she deserves it.
I also made a pink birthday card for my neighbor who is a bit cowgirl and loves pink.  Did I mention that I love the Prima doll cowgirl and will find any excuse to use her.
Thanks for stopping in and will be back soon.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Kicking off Breast Cancer Month

It is finally here:  Breast Cancer Month.  We will Do something, say something or give something to those who are survivors, those fighting the battle and honor those who lost the fight to Breast Cancer. I love this month because I can make cards for all my friends that live on HOPE and FAITH. 
Over at Scraps of Color, we have a lot of activities going on this month.  If you are a member, please go check it out and Do something, Say Something or Give Something.  Thanks for stopping by and I hope my cards inspire you to reach out to someone special this month.